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When you only care about the First Man, it seems, there’s no room for anyone else.
A joke has power. It matters who’s in on it, and who’s outside of it.
There are few films that can unite a generation as ubiquitously as “High School Musical.”
At 210 pages, “The Incendiaries” is a compact novel, but Kwon packs it with sublime detail and fully fleshed-out characters, whose richly imagined inner lives lend their intricate story a haunted depth.
A tacky breastaurant becomes the unlikely site of solidarity and sisterhood.
Kepnes’s novel, which is inspired by and often directly alludes to “The Dunwich Horror,” comes as an ersatz replication of Lovecraft’s delicately wrought horror fiction.
"Ocean's 8" is a 3D-printed zirconium model of what it could have been: Exciting, but just not the real thing.
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